Posted by Editor on September 2, 2023 – 9:18 am
The Indian Naval Ship (INS) ‘Delhi’ docked on the port of Colombo on a proper go to on Friday morning (September 01).
The visiting ship was accorded a welcome by the Sri Lanka Navy in compliance with naval custom.
INS ‘Delhi’ is a 163.2m-long ‘destroyer’ manned by a crew of 450 and commanded by Captain Abhishek Kumar.
The Commanding Officer of the ship known as on Commander Western Naval Space, Rear Admiral Suresh De Silva on the Western Naval Command Headquarters this morning.
Throughout the ship’s keep, the crew will participate in a number of packages organized by the Sri Lanka Navy, with a view to selling cooperation and goodwill between the 2 navies. They’re additionally anticipated to go to among the vacationer sights within the nation.
As well as, INS ‘Delhi’ has made preparations to open the ship for the go to of college youngsters.
Additional, coaching exchanges are scheduled to be held aboard, involving naval personnel from each navies.
The ship will depart the island tomorrow (September 03) and can conduct a Passage Train (PASSEX) with a Sri Lanka Navy ship, off Colombo.
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